Bob Moore In Elvis Unlimited Gospel Show

Elvis Unlimited announced that the legendary bassist Bob Moore will perform at their gospel show on November 1st. Bob Moore played with Elvis for more than 10 years. His first gig with Elvis was Live on stage in September 1957 in Tupelo when Scotty and Bill resigned from the band. His first job with Elvis was the legendary June 1958 session that produced hits like ”A Fool Such As I”, ”A Big Hunk O’ Love” and many others. Bob Moore was part of the famous Nashville A-team who played on all of Elvis’ sessions in Nashville in the 1960’s. Bob Moore also played on many film soundtracks. Among them are “Blue Hawaii” and “Follow That Dream”. He also played bass on the two 1960’s gospel albums ”His Hand In Mine” and “How Great Thou Art”. Elvis won a Grammy for the last one. The last session that Bob Moore played for Elvis was the January 1968 session that produced “US Male” and other late 1960’s Elvis classics. Beside Bob Moore will The Sweet Inspirations, Bill Baize (Fomerly member of J.D. Sumner And The Stamps), Maarten Jansen, Stephen Acles, Denis Jale, Stan Urban, Bobo Moreno and many others perform at the Gospel show in Randers, Denmark on November 1st. You can order ticket from Værket at tel. +45 8913 5110 Address: Elvis Unlimited Stemannsgade 9 C 8900 Randers Denmark
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: Sep 2, 2003 
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